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4B Section B - Wednesday, May 29, New Beginnings Minis- try would feel very blessed if you would join us for Sunday morning Bible study beginning at 9:15 a.m., followed by our ser- vice at 10:45 a.m. The ladies craft group meets each Wednesday at 10 a.m., and the men meet each Thursday at Jacques at 8:30 a.m. The foodbankis open the first and third Tuesday of each month from 9 a.m. until noon. Please keep in your prayers this week all of those affected by the storms in Oklahoma, our country and leaders, our servicemen and women, or pastors and their fami- lies, the lost, the sick, and the shut-ins. Maythe Lordblessyou all this week. Pastor Mary Fitzgerald wiUleadHolyCommunion on this first Sunday in June at Calvary Episcopal Church. Coffee and fellow- ship follow in the Founders' Room. Members and friends of Calvary joined Pastor Mary in a moving service last week to pray for comfort and relief for the Moore, OK tornado victims. Fi- nancial donations, large or small, can be so,at to the EpiscopalDiocese of Okla- homa, 924 North Rob- inson, Oklahoma City, OK 73102 with a notation that the check should state "tornado relief." While northern Michigan is usu- ally spared from this type of destruction, perhaps we can each make a modest contribution for those who have lost so much and must now rebuild their lives. In addition to the OKvic- tims, please remember these members and friends of Calvary who need prayers for healing, guidance and thanksgiv- ing: Earline, Phyllis, Ruth, Mary, and Mike. The Calvary Food Bank is open the second and fourth Thursdays of each month. Donations are al- ways welcome. A reminder that on Satur- day, June 15, the family of Barbara Eagle will host a memorial service celebrat- ing Barbara's life. Plan to visit with the family at Cal- vary at 10 a.m. followed by the service at 11 a.m. Celebrating birthdays this first week in June are Rod Klein, June 5 and Elaine Fuentes and Shelby Novotny, June 6. Happy anniversary wishes go outto Lowell and Dianne Connon on June 6. All are welcome for ser- vices at Calvary. If you'd like information on ser- vices or activities at the church, please leave a message on the answering system and we'll be sure to call you back. The church number is 989-742-3111. Have a blessed weeld 2013 The Montrnorency County Tribune At HillmanUnitedMeth- odist Church we were blessed and 'thank Dr. Verne L. Hoshal, Jr. for por- traying Rev. John Wesley. The message title was "John Wesley Speaks," with the scripture lesson from Romans 10:8-15. The choir sang "Gods Final Call" and "The Butte Hymn of the Republic." They were accompanied by Sue Barsen on the pi- ano. Morgan Hardies acted as acolyte. Ron Ferguson and Jim Elkie acted asushers. We thank those who took up the Noisy Offering. We thank Florence Tripp for doing the coffee time after the service. Please pray for church growth, our pastor, our young people, our com- mtmity, our military per- sonnel and their families, and the high school and college graduates, as well as those who have lost homes in the tornados. Birthday blessings to Mary Hardies, May 26; Connie Hardies, May 30; and Chelsey Barsen, May 31. Anniversary wishes go to Rod and Linda Ferguson, May 29 and Jeremy and Lisa Cordes, May 30. We wish them many more years. There will be a farewell potluck dinner for Pastor Don and Carol on June 22 at 4 p.m. Please plan on attending, and sign up if you would like to bring something for the meal. The Sacrament of Holy Communion will be ob- served on June 2. Pastor Don will be honoring the 2013 graduates during the service. Also, come back and help Morgan Hardies celebrate her graduation from3:30 -7p.m. inthe fel- lowship hall. TheAD Councilwill meet in the fellowship hall on Monday, June 3 at 7 p.m. Bill Hammond will have devotions. Have a wonderfully blessed day! This Sunday, June 2, at the Lewiston Congrega- tional United Church of Christ, is the first week of our summer hours, so the service begins at 9:30 a.m. Linda Arbogast will be our musician and Larry Masseywill be the liturgist. Sunday school is in recess until the fall. The sacra- ment of Holy Communion will be celebrated. All be- lievers in Jesus Christ are welcome at our commun- ion table. We will be hon- oring our high school and college graduates on that morning. Rev. Virginia (Ginny) Titus will be bringing the message, "All Are Wel- come Here." The scripture readings will be Psalm 96, I Kings 8: 22-23, 41-43 and Luke 7: 1-10.After the ser- vice Ellen Klein and Marcia Armstrong will host a time of fellowship and refresh- Baccalaureate ServicesPastor Mandley with the ments in the fellowship are June 5 at 7 p.m. at the morning worship service. hall. church. Rev. Virginia Titus Flowers on the alter were The lovely flower ar- will deliver the message placed in loving memory rangement on the altar is "Seeing Visions and of Perrin Klein by Carol, given by Bob and Lydia Dreaming Dreams." Ryan, Lana and Cody. Ruttman in celebration of The Board of Diaconate The summer worship their anniversary (1946). willhostareceptionforthe schedule will begin next Congratulations! graduates and their fami- weekend. Worship ser- June birthday blessing to lies in the fellowship hall. vices will be held on Satur- John Righi, June 3; Chris Anhonorsandawardspro- day evening at 7 p.m., and Ewing, June 5; and Bud gramwillfollowtherecep-Sunday mornings at 10 Jones,June 6. tion. a.m. Women's fellowship will Vacation Bible School have a bake sale following Members and guests of will be held on June10-14 worship to raise monies for St. John Lutheran Church, from 9 a.m. until 10:45 a.m. craft supplies for "Christ- Hillman, observed the Happy birthday wishes mas Around the World" Holy Trinity last Sunday. thisweektoHilaryHiveley, tree decorations. Come Thank you to Scott, Michelle Sauer, Carly and buy some delicious McKenzie, Lueila; Glenna, Leatzow, Donna Klein, treats and breads. Mike and Les for assisting Doris Shumaker, Elden Klhn, Pam Barrie, Karen Stevens, Mark Oswald and Duane Kidder. Congratulations to George and Marlene Perkins, and leremy and Lisa Cordes as they cel- ebrate their wedding anni- versaries. The congregation at At- lanta Congregational United Church of Christ welcomed several visitors this Memorial Day Sun- day. Prayer was offered for all those who have ever served our country and for Phebe and Bobhi's grand- sons who are just entering the military. Prayers were